Reviews and Problems with OCZ Fatal1ty 750W / OCZ750FTY
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Great PSU but modular cables could be better(looks cheap, 6(8)-pin GPUs are flat).
15 December 2013
Summary: I've read good reviews about this PSU. It's really great one. No issues so far using for about 2 months already. One con is about the modular cables, they look cheap plastic and fragile. Also they used flat cable for GPU plugs I dont think this the best option when organizing them inside the case, there is no instructions at all how to plug the modular cables(even if you can't place them the wrong way). Believe.
Summary: This PSU is awesome. Powers my overclocked FX 8350(5.2Ghz) and Radeon HD 7950(1350Mhz) with ease. This product is quiet and performs extremely well. I've always been a fan of modular PSU's and the same holds true for this product. the box came with a storage pouch for all extra cables you don't use. The only con I have with this PSU is that when you shutdown, this power supply says running for probably a minute or so after all other components have stopped running.
Summary: This is my third OCZ 750 modular I've purchased. The power supply works great, the only reason I have taken one star off is their terrible rebate program. After my rebate was refused for unknown reasons they said I could reapply. I know you can only cut off and send in the UPC label once, but I thought I would give it a try. The site they send you to has absolutely nothing to do with reapplying.
Summary: Bought this for an i5 ivy bridge build, have two HDD, an SSD, and an optical drive on a p8z77v-pro board, no video card yet. This PSU works well with my set up in bottom mounted on my case with the fan facing down. Cables were fairly easy to run in a rosewill blackhawk case, with the exception of the CPU cable, it reaches the socket fine, it is just a bit tight and I had to run over the top of my mobo - so it is not a clean run.
Summary: The thing is RED!!! What a lovely PSU for the money. Found this for much cheaper ($75) while on Amazon. Quality of build is meant for top loading, but can be bottom mounted as well. Nice little red glow for those who don't want super bright lights. Good 12V rails, somewhat unstable on the 3.3V and 5V, but as with all gamer products, this can be alleviated with a good bios that tweaks voltages. So far, running strong even after a few months.
Summary: So I was looking for PSU that will match my current DYI computer. I needed to had a red LED light, so far this is the only one that I could find apart from a "diablo" which is probably junk. I know its "fatil1ty" or whatever, maybe a little expensive but hey, its works! Pros: -Red LED. -Not Loud. -Semi-modular -Lots and lots of cables, for old 4 pin drives, floppy drives, sata, 4+4 CPU pin, and power cable looks not cheap.
Good Power Supply but don't forget it's for the top of your case.
The VIKING, Amazon
29 March 2013
Summary: I bought this item for my PC build I can't complain so much about it, exept that it's the loudest fan in my case. An other thing that I can't blame the Power Supply for is that it's a Power Supply a top case or what ever you call it so you can't have it were you attach you power supply on the bottom.